With seven stallions the Bavarian Breeding Association for Small Horses and Special Horse Breeds e.V. competed at the International Green Week in Berlin ...

Bavarian stallions vacate in Berlin

International Green Week 2015 With seven stallions, the Bavarian Breeding Association for Small Horses and Special Horse Breeds eV joined the International Green Week in Berlin and Bayern cleared at the 4th Federal Stallion Show of sports ponies: Two best title went to Bavaria. In their respective race, the seven-year-old black Welsh Cob stallion "Meisterhofs Porthos" by Rupert and Marianne Nutz (breeder and owner) from Teisendorf became national winner and federal premium winner (1a prize) and also Connemara's gray stallion "Patriks Meirliún" by Ulrike Krüger (Breeder and owner) from Weidenberg was Bundessieger (1a-Preis).

Also the other top results of the show went to Bavaria: The German Riding Pony "Viva Voltaire" (owner: Simone Gehrmann from Hösbach, breeder : Olaf Böhnisch from Großvoigtsberg) got the 1c-Preis. The following Connemara ponies placed themselves as Bundesreservesieger: "Sternbergs Like me" by Peter and Alexandra Krämer (breeder and owner) from Sulzheim (1b-Preis), "Eldorado Rock" by Dr. med. Rudolf Roosen (breeder, owner) from Rothenbuch (1c-Preis), "Sternbergs Silver Sam" by Peter and Alexandra Krämer (breeder, owner) from Sulzheim (1e-Preis). The Welsh Cob stallion "Meisterhofs Makame" by the breeders Rupert and Marianne Nutz from Teisendorf and the owner Kerstin Arera from Petting became the 2nd Federal Reserve Winner (1c prize).

Recognition for the horse breeders Text: Marion Friedl/Photo: StMELF Mike Schmalz

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